Monday, December 01, 2008

naam dwar

Sher Agrawal

Nama Dwaar Newsgram - 1st December 2008

Nama Dwaar Satsang Sun, Nov 30, 2008 at 10:53 PM
To: Nama Dwaar Satsang
Nama Dwaar Newsgram
December 01, 2008

Dear Friend,
Radhe Radhe! Welcome to this edition of Nama Dwaar Newsgram.



If you wish for eternal silence ('nishabda') of your mind, you have to produce a sound ('shabda') - and that sound is that of the Mahamantra.

His Holiness Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji

As It Strikes Me

Divine droplets from Sri Swamiji's lips - on less-perceived truths of the world, as it strikes Him!

Time honoured tips for healthy living

Our ancestors have followed a number of simple time-tested methodologies as shown by our Scriptures, that ensure a disease free healthy and happy life. This Monday, we have "Figs", "Dry grapes" and much more...

Go to this new section

Children's story
It is important that our children get to know about the rich culture and heritage of our land and also learn moral and spiritual values and ideals. Nama Dwaar children is aimed at providing a quality entertainment to children, in addition to inculcating moral values in them.

Check out the story for the week:
Opportunity in disguise

'Anubhava' - Divine Experiences

Devotees from around the world, who have savoured the Mahamantra and reaped the fruits by chanting it, share their happiness with us, and we in turn share it with you.....

Only the best! : A devotee writes how she confidently believes that the Nama can do only the best to her!

Saint Sketch
In this edition of 'Saint' Sketch', we take a look at the great saint from Gujarat, who glorified the path of Bhakti - Shri Narsi Mehta.

Part I : Sri Narasi Mehta

Special Answer

It is commonly believed that Adi Sesha incarnated as Lakshmana and as Balarama. Why did he, in Krishna Avatara alone, incarnate as elder to the Lord?

Read Sri Sri Swamiji's response here

Nama Dwaar Answers
Do you have any of the following questions? Click below to check out the answers:

I chant the Mahamantra daily, but even then, there is no purity in my mind and thought. I can very well realize that the Almighty knows about my thoughts and impurities in my mind. How do I overcome these impurities?

Why do we perform 'Amavasya Tharpanam', 'Mahalaya Paksham Thithi' and 'Divasam' every year? What is a purpose of doing all these?

We see many reports of forced conversions. What will be the state of our Sanatana Dharma in India in the near future? What is the duty of every Hindu to protect our Dharma?

If a person cannot be physically near her Guru, how can she serve Him? Will the service she performs reach Him?

I was listening to the rendering of Swamiji's Kali Dharma Undiyar. I did not understand the meaning of the word 'Undhipara'. Could you please explain it to me?

My friend says we should not keep 'Vishnu Puranam' book at home and should not read it. Please advice.

When a child dies suddenly, then what happens to the soul? If the parents pray for the soul, does it help the soul of the child? Is it the bad karma of parents that takes away the life of a child?

How many births do we have and which birth is the human being?

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